The Suffolk Coast

February half term fun at Easton Farm Park

Things are super busy at Easton Farm Park, getting things ready for half term, they will be opening their doors for you at 10.30 am on Saturday 10th February with a full, fun day of activity.

Open each day from 10.30 am until 4.00 pm. (activities start from 11am)

This time of year is extra special because of all the new arrivals, baby goats, lambs, baby guinea pigs and baby rabbits – the children and parents all love to see the little ones.

Go along with your family and plan your day of fun:Included in the special half term entry price of £4.60 per person is:

The Barrel Bug ride around the farm – the children get to ride in special modified barrel carts.

Pony Rides – Easton Farm Park have a selection of ponies ideally suited for young visitors.

Family Train Ride – this is a chance for adults to take a trip around the farm, with their children, on a modified trailer.

Hug a Bunny – children simply love being able to hold the little animalsMeet the animals – getting up close and personal to the animals is what a farm park is all about.

Outdoor adventure area – a great place to let of steam, swings, sea saws, places to climb over etc.

Indoor soft play area – different areas assigned for different age groups, heated and safe for the little ones.

Air canon adventure in the Barmy Barn – the children simply love the air canons, shooting soft balls in a secure area.

Meet the Suffolk Punch – standing next to an enormous Suffolk Punch is something special.

A mini farm trail – visit the animal enclosures on the mini farm trail.

Jumping air pillow – an enormous bouncy pillow, children prefer this to a trampoline. (Weather permitting for safety)

See the Victorian Dairy – a trip back in time – parents normally like this more than the children!

Gift Shop – not a shop you are steered through as you leave! Their gift shop is there if you are looking for a treat to remember the day.

See the baby lambs – nothing more cute than a baby lamb – perhaps the baby goat

See the baby goats – nothing more cute than a baby goat – perhaps a baby lamb – I can’t decide!

Choose your favouriteExplore the Green Trail – a pleasant walk through the pasture, woodland and alongside the river, where you can see the cattle, alpacas, sheep, goats, pigs and so much more.(Bring wellies if it’s wet)

Easton Farm Park have some outdoor picnic areas, and a heated indoor area called the Barmy Barn – the Barmy Barn serves delicious hot meals, snacks and drinks.

Event name:
February half term fun at Easton Farm Park
Price:
Multiple prices - see website for further details
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Opening Hours:
One off